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As of Monday, isolation will no longer be required for arrivals from Germany, Sweden, Poland, Bulgaria, Norway, Iceland, Serbia and Liechtenstein. This has been made possible by raising the COVID-19 incidence rate threshold serving as the basis for drawing up the list of affected countries.
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No isolation will be required for arrivals from Latvia and Estonia.

As of 14 September, countries will be deemed to be virus-affected, where coronavirus incidence rate exceeds 25 cases (instead of the previous 16) per 100 000 population in the last 14 days.

Canada, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Bangladesh, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Faroe Islands have also been removed from the list of affected countries updated on Friday.

Lithuania’s incidence rate currently stands at 15.6 cases per 100 thousand.

Persons who have returned or arrived from countries on the list of countries most affected by coronavirus infection or who have travelled through these countries, shall be deemed to have been exposed to the virus. Isolation will be mandatory in their case. Isolation however will not be mandatory for those who travel by air without leaving the airport transit area.

Furthermore, every traveller returning to or arriving in Lithuania by air, sea or land using regular, special and charter services will have to submit their personal data electronically to the staff of the National Public Health Centre (NPHC) as of Tuesday, 15 September. This means that before boarding a plane, ferry, bus or train, a person will have to fill in a form on the NPHC website and present the confirmation received - the so-called QR code - during the boarding.

In the case of individual travelling by land, it is obligatory to register with the NPHC within 12 hours from the moment of arrival in the Republic of Lithuania.

Foreigners arriving from the affected countries must have a test for COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) taken at maximum 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania and negative results thereof, except cases provided for in the order of the Minister for Health. A negative test result will not free from the obligation to self-isolate for 14 days.

For the citizens of Lithuania and persons lawfully residing in Lithuania returning to or arriving in Lithuania, this test will not be mandatory, but 14-day isolation will remain as a requirement.

Both the citizens of Lithuania and foreigners will have a possibility of shortening the isolation time by taking a coronavirus test no earlier than after 8 days. In the case of a negative result, the isolation time for them can be shortened to 10 days.

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